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Transit Farecards (Presto/EasyGO/Others)
Well, Presto has successfully stumped me.

Can anyone make any sense of the balance history I have right now?

Like, I can't even make the basic math work.  See the bottom two transactions...it's neither +25 nor +25 -5.30


It's +25-3.10. You're right, it makes no sense at all.
(04-29-2019, 08:48 AM)jamincan Wrote: It's +25-3.10. You're right, it makes no sense at all.

Ahh, that's a TTC fare...

Yeah, I'm stumped...

I get to submit this as an expense report, I'mma let our finance department figure it out.
They can’t even be bothered to indicate the sign of the operation on the display — “Load Amount” is “$25.00”; meanwhile “Fare Payment” is “$3.10”. I can only assume the authors of this POS (not “point of sale”) don’t use online banking, because every online banking site in the world clearly indicates whether a transaction is a credit or a debit. How do people like this find employment?
(04-29-2019, 09:15 AM)ijmorlan Wrote: How do people like this find employment?

There is always Presto. Big Grin
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